19 Songs

Piano Concerto No. 24 in C Minor, K. 491
15:28 Album Only
7:47 $1.29
9:52 $1.29
Piano Concerto No. 17 in G Major, K. 453
13:10 Album Only
11:57 Album Only
8:18 $1.29
Piano Sonata No. 5 in G Major, K. 283 $3.87
4:46 $1.29
5:23 $1.29
4:36 $1.29
Piano Sonata No. 4 in E-Flat Major, K. 282 $3.87
7:01 $1.29
2:40 $1.29
2:10 $1.29
Piano Sonata No. 8 in A Minor, K. 310 $3.87
7:24 $1.29
8:55 $1.29
3:03 $1.29
5:00 $1.29
0:56 $1.29
0:40 $1.29
2:40 $1.29

Customer Reviews

4 out of 5

17 Ratings

Superb playing


Some people just love to criticize Lang Lang, maybe because of his extraordinary success and his gestures (truly felt, as can be appreciated from his Master Classes).

This is yet another extraordinary record by him with superb playing, modulating sound with the modern piano (just as Mitsuko Uchida does, by the way) and subtly bringing out the more delicate parts of the score. I thoroughly recommend this superb album, Mozart sounds heavenly!


Cindi B Orlando Florida,

Your an awesome piano player Love the music

About Lang Lang

Chinese pianist Lang Lang was born on June 14, 1982, in Shenyang, China. Labeled "the world's most successful pianist" by German newspaper Die Welt am Sonntag, Lang Lang's fame has by far eclipsed that of most classical performers. Hearing Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in a Tom & Jerry cartoon inspired him to learn the piano at the tender age of two; at the age of five, he already gave his first public performance and won the Shenyang Piano Competition. He entered the Peking Conservatory at the age of nine and then won his first international award at the fourth International Young Pianists Competition in Ettlingen, Germany, when he was 11. Beginning in 1999, when the 17-year-old wunderkind played the First Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto together with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, he rose to international fame and toured the world, recording several albums along the way. He played Carnegie Hall on April 2001, and the show was sold out. While his emotional, dynamic renditions of several classical pieces have found both praise and criticism, Lang Lang's star rose even further when he appeared in several high-profile German TV shows in 2006. His album Memory, on which he plays compositions by Mozart, Chopin, Schumann, and Liszt, reached number one on the Billboard classical chart. The same year saw the release of Dragon Songs, a DVD chronicling Lang Lang's tour through China. Lang Lang also performed on the soundtracks of The Banquet (scored by Tan Dun) and The Painted Veil (composed by Alexandre Desplat). ~ Christian Genzel

    Shenyang, China
  • BORN
    Jun 14, 1982

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